Lives of the fellows

Nathaniel Salmon

b.? d.2 April 1742
LLB Cantab(1695) Ex LRCP(1709/10)

Nathaniel Salmon, LL.B., was the son of the Rev. Thomas Salmon, rector of Mepsall, in Bedfordshire, by his wife, a daughter of the notorious serjeant Bradshaw. He was admitted at Benet college, Cambridge, 11th June, 1690, and took the degree of bachelor of laws in 1695. Shortly after this he took orders in the church of England, and was for some time curate of Westmill, co. Herts. Though he had taken the oaths to king William III. he refused to do so to queen Anne, and when he could no longer officiate as a clergyman he applied himself to the study of physic, which he practised first at St. Ives, in Huntingdonshire, and afterwards at Bishop’s Stortford. He was settled at the last-named town 3rd February, 1709-10, when he was admitted an Extra-Licentiate of the College of Physicians. He died 2nd April, 1742. He was a voluminous writer, as the following list of his works testifies:—
A Survey of the Roman Antiquities in the Midland Counties of England. 8vo. 1726.
A Survey of the Roman Stations in Britain, according to the Roman Itinerary
. 8vo. 1728.
The History of Hertfordshire, describing the county and its ancient monuments, particularly the Roman, with the characters of those who have been the chief possessors of the lands, and an account of the most memorable occurrences. Folio. 1728.
The Lives of the English Bishops from the Restoration to the Revolution. 8vo. 1733.
The Antiquities of Surrey, collected from the most ancient records, with some account of the present state and natural history of the county. 8vo.1736.
The History and Antiquities of Essex, from the collections of Mr. Strangeman, with notes and illustrations. Folio. 1739.

William Munk

(Volume II, page 26)

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